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#State-poems; continued from the time of O. Cromwel, to this present year 1697. Written by the greatest wits of the age, viz. The Lord Rochester, the Lord D-t, the Lord V-n, the hon. Mr. M-ue, Sir F. S-d, Mr. Milton, Mr. Prior, Mr. Stepney, Mr. Ayloffe, &c. With several poems in praise of Oliver Cromwel, in Latin and English, by D. South, D. Locke, Sir W. G-n, D. Crew, Mr. Busby, &c. Also some miscellany poems by the same, never before printed# State-poems; continued from the time of O. Cromwel, to this present year 1697. Written by the greatest wits of the age, viz. The Lord Rochester, the Lord D-t, the Lord V-n, the hon. Mr. M-ue, Sir F. S-d, Mr. Milton, Mr. Prior, Mr. Stepney, Mr. Ayloffe, &c. With several poems in praise of Oliver Cromwel, in Latin and English, by D. South, D. Locke, Sir W. G-n, D. Crew, Mr. Busby, &c. Also some miscellany poems by the same, never before printed

##General Summary##

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  3. 2003-09 Judith Siefring Sampled and proofread
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##Content Summary##

#####Front#####

  1. The PREFACE.

  2. INDEX.

#####Body#####

  1. State-Poems CONTINUED. SAnguineis nescit miles se mergere rivis:Navigat in portu, cui modo Sanguis, Aqua.Nil laudis NeptuneREgnis minatur multa RegentiumMutatus ordo: Scilicet arduosCasusque fatalesque gentiSaepe ferunt novSIC Civile Chaos dum Bellum gessit & unaMassa, Aer, Tellus, Aequor & Ignis erant.Deformi Congressa pINtulerant miseranda duae sibi bella Sorores,Utraque fatales, utraque Parca sibi.Sic in sanguineam mPAX Regit Augusti, quem vicit Julius, Orbem:Ille sago factus clarior, ille togâ.Hos sua Roma vocat mPAX peregrina diu binas nunc uniet oras,Surget ab armato funere viva salus:Undique laerantes animantAd PROTECTOREM.Magne Leo, qui Marte potes; Germania vires,At placidam victrix Anglia sentit opem:Vic _ To the PROTECTOR. DIscolor excutitur vultus, turbataque rerumDifflatur facies, & nova forma redit.Eclipsin memini sic IF Greece with so much Mirth did entertainHer Argo coming laden home again:With what loud Mirth and AS when two Streams divided gently glide,The lofty Banks their humble Powers decide.The Husbandmen d _ To King CHARLES the Second, on his Return.

    _ A young Gentleman desirous to be a Minister of State, thus pretends to qualifie himself.

    _ Upon the King's Voyage to Chatham to make Bulwarks against the Dutch, and the Queen's Miscarriage thereupon.

    _ A Charge to the Grand Inquest of England, 1674.

    _ The GIANTS WARS. 1682. Some Passages preceeding the Giants War, translated out of a Greek Fragment.

    _ On the Statue at Stocks Market.

    _ SATYR. By the Lord Ro—r.

    _ A SATYR. By the same Hand.

    _ A SATYR.

    _ The ROYAL-BUSS.

    _ WINDSOR. By the Lord R — r.

    _ The Second Advice to a PAINTER. By the Author of the first.

    _ Stafford's Ghost. February 1682.

    _ On the Dutchess of Portsmouth's Picture. September, 1682.

    _ HOUNSLOW-HEATH. 1686.

    _ The Dissenters Thanksgiving for the Late Declaration. 1685.

    _ The DISPUTE.

    _ Iulii Mazarini Cardinalis Epitaphium.

    _ SATYR Unmuzzled. THE HIND AND PANTHER TRANSVERS'D To the Story of The Country-Mouse and the City-Mouse.Much Malice miTHE HIND AND PANTHER TRANSVERS'D To the Story of The Country-Mouse and the City-Mouse.Much Malice mi

    • PREFACE.

    • THE HIND AND THE PANTHER TRANSVERS'D To the Story of the Country and the City-Mouse.

    _ State Poems Continued.

    _ The Man of no Honour.

    _ The VISION.

    _ The CONVERTS.

    _ The humble Address of your Majesty's Poet Laureat, and others your Catholick and Protestant dissenting Rhymers, with the rest of the Fraternity of Minor Poets, Inferior Versifiers and Sonetteers of Your Majesty's Ancient Corporation of Parnassus.

    _ The LAUREAT.

    _ On the Bishops Confinement.

    _ Advice to the Prince of Orange, and the Packet-Boat returned.

    _ A Stanza lately put upon Tyburn.

    _ Harry Care's last Will and Testament.

    _ A new Catch in praise of the Reverend Bishops.

    _ Protestantism Reviv'd: or the Persecuted Church Triumphing.

    _ The Council.

    _ The Audience.

    _ An Epistle to Mr. Dryden.

    _ The DREAM.

    _ Over the Lord Dover's Door. 1686.

    _ Over the Lord Salsbury's Door. 1686.

    _ To the Speaking-Head.

    _ Essay written over his Door upon an Institution and Induction.

    _ The Fable of the Pot and Kettle, as it was told by Collonel Titus the Night before he Kiss'd the King's Hand.

    _ The Moral.

    _ Epitaph on Harry Care.

    _ A Lenten PROLOGUE refus'd by the Players, 1682.

    _ On Easter-day 87. this was found fixed on the King's Chappel Door.

    _ Upon K. J. Pistolling a Mastiff Dog at Banbury, in his last Progress.

    _ The Metamorphosis.

    _ Caesar's Ghost.

    _ The Fourth Satyr of Boileau to W. K. 1687.

    _ A Congratulatory Poem on his Highness the Prince of Orange his coming into England. Written by Mr. Thomas Shadwell.

    _ A Congratulatory Poem to the most Illustrious Queen Mary, upon her Arrival in England. By Thomas Shadwell.

    _ The OBSERVATOR,

    _ The Miracle; How the Duchess of Modena (being in Heaven) prayed the B. Virgin that the Queen might have a Son, and how our Lady sent the Angel Gabriel with her Smock; upon which the Queen was with Child.

    _ DIALOGUE.

    _ On the University of Cambridge's burning the D. of Monmouth's Picture, 1685. who was formerly their Chancellor.— In Answer to this question, In turba semper sequitur fortunam & odit damnatos.

    _ Nulla manere diu neque vivere carminant possum, que scribuntur aque notoribus.

    _ To Mr. Fleetwood Shepherd. By Mr. P—r.

    _ The true and genuine Explanation, Of one King James's Declaration.

    _ On the Death of the Queen. By my Lord Cutts.

    _ Tunbridgialia: Or, the Pleasures of Tunbridge. In a Letter to a Friend. By Mr. Peter Causton, Merchant.

    _ An Essay on Writing, and the Art and Mystery of Printing. A Translation out of the Anthology.

    _ Prologue, by the E. of R—r.

    _ On Melting down the Plate: Or, The Pisspot's Farewel, 1697.

    _ On Content.

    _ Tunbridge-Wells. By the Earl of Rochester, Iune 30. 1675.

    _ In Memory of Joseph Washington,Esq late of the Middle Temple, an Elegy. Written by N. Tate, Servant to Their Majesties.

    _ FRIENDSHIP.

    _ The WISH

    _ The Deliverance.

    _ Song Ex Tempore.

    _ Of Solitude.

    _ A Satyr against Brandy.

    _ A Prologue spoken by Mr. Mounfort, after he came from the Army, and Acted on the Stage.

    _ On the Infanta of Portugal.

    _ Pindarick. By the Lord R—r.

    _ On the Return of K. Charles II.

    _ On the late Invention of the New Lights.

    _ On the late Invention of the PENY-POST, by Mr. Dockwra.

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  • There are 6572 verse lines!
  • There are 139 drama parts! This is mixed prose (137) and verse (32) drama.
  • Oh, Mr. Jourdain, there is prose in there!

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